I have just released ‘The Devil’s Legacy’ which has been published as an ebook through Smashwords.
‘The Devil’s Legacy’ combines a compelling and novel journey through time with the search for truth and the restoration of a country’s stolen heritage. Fiction is interwoven with historical fact to create a plausible, yet original and absorbing hypothesis revolving around a topical issue--the return of the Parthenon Marbles to their rightful home in Athens.
What is the bizarre umbilical cord that links the 200-year old theft of the Parthenon Marbles to the Turkish Governor of Athens, Jack the Ripper, Winston Churchill, the Titanic, Napoleon Bonaparte, the British Royal family, an obscure nineteenth century Italian artist, and a Koala bear? That’s right--a Koala bear! What skeletons are entombed in Pandora’s Box? The British government assembles a team to resolve the mystery and return the artefacts to Greece within a six-month deadline. Success must be achieved against an intensifying background of treason, competition from an American billionaire collector, and the intervention of the Greek mafia. Failure would threaten the very fabric of British society.
If you like the twists and turns of a fabulous mystery stretching over four centuries, then this could be for you.
You can check it out further at my Smashwords page and/or the attached Facebook page below, or by replying here.
Tom, I would love to read and review your book, ‘The Devil’s Legacy’. I enjoy history and my major was Anthropology/ Archaeology.
Thank for the opportunity.
Your novel sounds very interesting and I would be interested in reviewing it. I have recently begun a book blog for reviewing eBooks only - The Virtual Muser eBook Review - and would review it there, as well as on Smashwords.
I presently have three books lined up for review, but could get to your book after that, if you don't mind waiting.
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